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www.schneider-electric.us Table of Contents 01 LOAD CENTERS 1-1 Fusible Pullouts 1-2 Circuit Breaker Covers 1

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Table of Contents

01 LOAD CENTERS

1-1

Fusible Pullouts

1-2

Circuit Breaker Covers

1-3

Air Conditioning Disconnects

1-4

02 SAFETY SWITCHES

2-1

General Duty Safety Switches

2-2

Accessories

2-2

Heavy Duty Safety Switches

2-3

Accessories

2-3

Key Interlock Systems

2-6

Sample Applications

2-6

03 MOLDED CASE CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND ENCLOSURES

Molded Case Circuit Breakers F-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers

K- and Q4-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers L-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers

L-Frame Micrologic ® Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers

M-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers

M-Frame Micrologic ® Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers

N-Frame Circuit Breakers P-Frame Circuit Breakers Molded Case Circuit Breakers

Automatic Molded Case Switches Molded Case Circuit Breakers

Mag-Gard ® Motor Circuit Protector

Mag-Gard ® Motor Circuit Protection Selection Table

Special Construction Circuit Breakers UL Listed 500 Vdc Circuit Breakers Special Terminal Connectors and Lugs

I-Line ® Drawout Connectors and Rear-Connected Studs

Special Calibration, Visi-Blade, Moisture/Fungus Treatment,

and Short LA/LH Handle

Special Magnetic or Thermal Calibration

Visi-Blade TM Circuit Breakers

Moisture and Fungus Resistant Treatment for Circuit Breakers Short Handle for LA/LH Circuit Breakers (No Additional Charge) P-Frame Replacement Handles, Key Interlock Adapter Plate and Exchange Program Special Terminations Grounded BØ Systems Circuit Breakers for Grounded B-Phase (BØ) (Corner-Grounded Delta)

Systems (No Additional Charge) Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers for Mining Applications UL Marine Listed Circuit Breakers UL Naval Listed Circuit Breakers Circuit Breaker Accessories Factory-Installed Accessories Factory-Installed Electrical Accessories Field-Installable Accessories Field-Installable Electrical Accessories Electrical Operators, Handle Accessories, Cylinder Locks, and Walking Beam Mechanical Interlocks Mechanical Lug Information Compression Lug and Power Distribution Connectors Electronic Products Micrologic ® Trip Unit Test Sets Neutral Current Transormers and

Micrologic ® Series B Trip Unit Accessories

Restraint Interface Module Ground-Fault Protection Micrologic® Add-On Ground-Fault Module (GFM) and Ground Censor® Type GA—600 Vac Circuit Breaker Dimensions Enclosures

Industrial Circuit Breaker Enclosures Enclosed Switches and Enclosure Dimensions Accessories Key Interlock Systems—Factory Installed Only Special Applications

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04 PANELBOARDS

04 PANELBOARDS www.schneider-electric.us 4-1 Panelboards 4-2 General Information and Instructions 4-2

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4-1

Panelboards

4-2

General Information and Instructions

4-2

Pricing Instructions

4-2

Metric Conversion

4-2

Special Features

4-3

Mains

4-3

Metering—Type 1 Enclosures Only (1200 A Maximum)

4-3

Current Transformers In Mains (ac only and line side only)

4-3

Customer Equipment Space

4-3

Branches

4-4

Keyed Interlocks

4-4

Motor Operators—I-Line Circuit Breakers Only

4-4

Cabinets

4-5

Increased Enclosure Depth

4-5

Increased Side Gutters (Type 1 Enclosures Only)

4-5

Extended Top and Bottom End Gutters

4-5

Ground Lugs, Drip Hoods

4-5

Special Finishes and Trims

4-6

Free-standing Enclosures (welded base channels)

4-6

Padlock Hasp, Special Locks

4-7

Multi-Section Panels

4-7

Panel Skirt for Standard Width Panelboards

4-8

Wireway

4-8

Panels to Fit Existing Enclosures

4-9

Space Heater

4-9

Special Enclosures

4-10

Ready-to-Install (RTI) Merchandise

4-11

Miscellaneous Panelboard Accessories

4-11

Copper Equipment Ground Bars

4-11

Field Installable I-Line® Door Kits

4-11

Type 1 Door-in-Door (Hinged) Trim Fronts

4-11

Replacement Parts for Standard Panelboards

4-12

Trim Clamps and Screws

4-12

Locks and Keys

4-13

Retrofit Existing Enclosure Data Sheet

4-14

Data Sheet for Panelboards to Retrofit Existing Enclosures

4-14

05 SWITCHBOARDS

5-1

Power-Style ® Commercial Multi-Metering

5-2

Replacement Parts

5-2

Meter Sockets, Covers, Hardware Kits

5-2

eplacement Parts

5-3

Tenant Main Disconnects

5-3

Replacement Parts

5-4

Class T Fusible Pullouts, CMM Pullout Heads

5-4

06 TRANSFORMERS

Dry Type 600 Volts and Below Three-Phase General Purpose

Three-Phase Copper Wound Single-Phase and Watchdog ® Single-Phase, General Purpose

Watchdog ® Low Temperature Rise

K-Rated Open Core and Coil Industrial Control Type EO Types T, TF and MultiTap™ Transformers Selection Guide Instrument 600 Volt Class Voltage Transformers, Current Transformers Current Transformers: Torroidal Current Transformers: Torroidal, Shorting Terminal Blocks Shorting Terminal Blocks Current Transformers: Multi-Ratio, Rectangular, Split-Core Rectangular Window Current Transformers Split-Core Current Transformers Current Transformers: Bushing, Auxiliary Bushing Current Transformers 50–400 Hz Auxiliary Current Transformers

07 INTERNATIONAL LOAD CENTERS

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6-12

6-12

7-1

International Miniature Circuit Breakers

7-2

QO ® Plug-On and Bolt-On Circuit Breakers and Switches

7-2

General Description, Characteristics and Accessories

7-2

Plug-On QOXD and Bolt-On QOBXD

7-3

Load Centers

7-4

IEC Certified QO ® Load Centers, Type 1 (Indoor)

7-4

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08 INTERNATIONAL SAFETY SWITCHES

8-1

General Duty Safety Switches, International

8-2

CSA Certified General Duty—Fusible 240 Vac

8-2

Heavy Duty Safety Switches

8-3

International

8-3

CSA Certified Heavy Duty—Fusible 240 Vac

8-3

CSA Certified Heavy Duty—Fusible 600 Vac

8-3

CSA Certified Heavy Duty—Non-Fusible 600 Vac

8-4

CSA Certified Heavy Duty—Special Applications

8-4

Double-Throw Safety Switches

8-5

nternational

8-5

CSA Certified Double-Throw

8-5

Accessories

8-6

CSA Certified Switch Accessories

8-6

09 INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT BREAKERS

Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers F-, Q-, K-, L- and M-frame, IEC Rated 415/240 Vac Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers

P-frame, 3P, Micrologic ® Electronic-trip, IEC Rated

Electronic-trip, IEC Rated

Electronic-trip, IEC Rated

R-frame, 4P, Micrologic ® Electronic-trip, IEC Rated

Breaking Capacities Circuit Breaker Dimensions

R-frame, 3P, Micrologic P-frame, 4P, Micrologic

®

®

9-1

9-2

9-2

9-3

9-3

9-4

9-5

9-6

9-7

9-8

10 INTERNATIONAL PANELBOARDS

NQX Factory Assembled Circuit Breaker Panelboards

11 OBSOLESCENT AND OBSOLETE CIRCUIT BREAKERS

10-1

10-1

11-1

Obsolescent and Obsolete Types Circuit Breaker Availability Pictorial and Dimensions Obsolescent Circuit Breakers F-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers K- and Q4-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers Obsolescent Circuit Breakers Automatic Molded-Case Switches, Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers for Mining Applications Automatic Molded Case Switches Obsolescent Circuit Breakers Mag-Gard ® Motor Circuit Protector Obsolescent Circuit Breakers UL Listed Marine and 500 Vdc Circuit Breakers UL Marine Listed Circuit Breakers

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11-29

11-30

11-35

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12-2

12-2

12-2

12-3

12-4

12-5

12-5

UL Listed 500 Vdc Circuit Breakers Circuit Breakers for NQO, NQOB and NQOD Panelboards, Branch Circuit Breakers and Mounting Assemblies for ML Panelboards Rating Plugs For Obsolete Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers EH/EHB Circuit Breakers FJA Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers QE Metering Circuit Breakers KD/KG Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers IL/ ILL Circuit Breakers and Adapter Kit for Rotary Handle Operator NHL Thermal-Magnetic Molded Case Circuit Breaker SE Circuit Breaker with Full-Function Trip Unit SE Circuit Breaker Accessories

Compact ® CK Circuit Breaker, UL 489

Compact ® C Circuit Breaker, IEC 947-2

Compact ® CK Trip Units, Rating Plugs

Compact

Compact ® CK and Compact ® C Circuit Breaker Accessories

Compact ® CM Circuit Breakers, UL 489 Listed

Compact ® CM Circuit Breaker Accessories IEC 947-2

Compact ® CM 1250/1600/2000/3200 Circuit Breakers

Masterpact ® Circuit Breakers, UL 489/1066 Listed

Masterpact ® Circuit Breaker Control Units

Masterpact ® Circuit Breaker Accessories

Masterpact ® Circuit Breaker Spare Parts

®

CK and Compact

®

C Circuit Breaker

12 OBSOLETE MOTOR CONTROL CENTERS

Osolete Motor Control Centers Model 4 Branch Feeder Units Branch Feeder Units and Modifications Model 4 Circuit Breaker Type Combination Starters 1B Wiring and 1 N.O. and 1 N.C. Auxiliary Interlock (Standard) Model 4 Fusible Switch Combination Starter Units

1B Wiring and 1 N.O. and 1 N.C. Auxiliary Interlock (Standard) Series 5600 General Information

Telemecanique ® Series 5600 History

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12-5

Series 5600 Branch Feeder and Circuit Breaker Type Combination Starter Units

12-6

13 OBSOLESCENT PANELBOARDS

13-1

QMB Fusible Panelboards

13-2

Ready-to-Install (RTI)—600 Vac, 250 Vdc

13-2

QMB Layout Information

13-2

Main Switch Replacement Units

13-3

Branch Switch Replacement

13-4

Obsolescent Branch Switch Replacement Units

13-5

30–200 A Obsolescent Switch Units—Series D2

13-5

Series E1 Motor Starter Replacement Units

13-6

Replacement Parts

13-7

Trim Clamps and Screws; Circuit I.D. Numbers; Locks

13-7

Series Ratings

13-8

NQOD Panelboards

13-8

NQOD Panelboards

13-9

Pricing Procedure Examples

13-9

NQOD Merchandised Pricing Procedure

13-9

NQOD Merchandised Panelboards

13-10

NQOD 20-inch Wide Enclosures—240 Vac, 48 Vdc

13-10

NQOD 14-inch Wide Enclosures—240 Vac, 48 Vdc

13-12

For Non-Linear Loads (200% Rated Neutral)

13-13

NQOD Panelboards

13-14

Terminal Data

13-14

14

BUSWAY

14-1

I-Line Busway

14-2

Special Purpose Plug-In Units

14-2

APD and SD Busway Plug-In Units (Not I-Line ® Busway)

14-2

Capacitor and Transformer Units

14-2

Combination Switches and Contactors (For I-Line ® Busway)

14-2

Ground Indicator and Neutralizer Plugs

14-2

15 LIMIT SWITCHES

15-1

Heavy Duty, Industrial Precision and OiltightType XA

15-1

Heavy Duty, Industrial Reed ContactType C

15-2

16 TERMINAL BLOCKS

NEMA Style Terminal BlocksType K

17 NEMA CONTACTORS AND STARTERS

Reduced Voltage Starters

Description of All Types Reduced Voltage Starting of Squirrel Cage Motors Electromechanical Reduced Voltage Starters How to Order Electromechanical Reduced Voltage Starters Autotransformer Starters Wye-Delta Starters (Open Transition) Part Winding Starters Approximate Dimensions

Well-Guard ® Pump Panel

Reduced Voltage Type

Well-Guard ® Pump Panels

Approximate Dimensions Factory Modifications (Forms)

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16-2

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17-2

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17-2

17-2

17-3

17-4

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17-5

17-7

17-8

17-9

17-9

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17-10

17-11

Reduced Voltage Starters

17-11

Factory Modifications (Forms)

17-12—17-14

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC CONDITIONS OF SALE

A-1

Coordinated Projects

A-1

Standard

A-3

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Fusible Pullouts

Class T Fusible Pullouts Dimensions

Circuit Breaker Covers

Circuit Breaker Covers Dimensions

Air Conditioning Disconnects

Air Conditioning Disconnects Dimensions

Disconnects Air Conditioning Disconnects Dimensions Table of Contents Section 1 Load Centers 1-2 1-2 1-3 1-3

Table of Contents

Section 1

Load Centers

1-2

1-2

1-3

1-3

1-4

1-4

1-1

1

LOAD CENTERS

Fusible Pullouts

Refer to Catalog 1100CT0501

Class T Fusible Pullouts

2- or 3-pole fusible pullouts

200 A maximum 300 V Class T fuses (not included)

1Ø3W 120/240 V 1Ø2W 240 V

3Ø3W 240 V delta 3Ø4W 240/120 V delta 3Ø4W 208Y/120 V

UL Listed 100 kA short circuit current rating

V • UL Listed 100 kA short circuit current rating FTL2200 FTL3200 Table 1.1: Fusible Pullouts

FTL2200

V • UL Listed 100 kA short circuit current rating FTL2200 FTL3200 Table 1.1: Fusible Pullouts

FTL3200

Table 1.1:

Fusible Pullouts

current rating FTL2200 FTL3200 Table 1.1: Fusible Pullouts www.schneider-electric.us Mains Two-pole Three-pole

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Mains

Two-pole

Three-pole

Main Wire Size AWG/kcmil

Fuse Pullout Only

$ Price

System

Rating

Cat. No.

$ Price

Cat. No.

$ Price

Al or Cu

1Ø3W 120/240 V 1Ø2W 240 V

100

A

FTL2100a

380.00

 

4050704950a

128.00

200

A

FTL2200a

400.00

4050703850a

151.00

3Ø3W 240 V delta 3Ø4W 240/120 V delta 3Ø4W 208Y/120 V

100

A

 

— FTL3100

1000.00

4–250

4050707050a

196.00

200

A

 

— FTL3200

1045.00

4050705950a

288.00

a Not stocked in PDS. Order point Lexington.

Dimensions

3.00 76 3.80 2.96 2.23 97 75 57 3.16 1.48 1.85 80 38 47 Pull
3.00
76
3.80
2.96
2.23
97
75 57
3.16
1.48 1.85
80
38
47
Pull
200A
3.20 6.38
4.00
81 3.44
162
102
87 4.25
108
1.85
(2) .187 Dia. Hole
2.85
47
.63
.34 Dia. C'bore
72
16
2.19
3.80
56
97

1-2

DE5
DE5

Discount

Schedule

4.46 113 2.98 76 1.50 1.48 38 38 .78 20 5.03 Pull 200A 128 4.25
4.46
113
2.98
76
1.50 1.48
38
38
.78
20
5.03 Pull 200A
128
4.25
108
6.61
168
(4) .187 Dia. Mounting Holes

.34 Dia. C'bore, .38 Deep

108 6.61 168 (4) .187 Dia. Mounting Holes .34 Dia. C'bore, .38 Deep © 2009 Schneider

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Circuit Breaker

Covers

Refer to Catalog 1100CT0501

Circuit Breaker Covers

Available now from Square D / Schneider Electric are two different versions of rainproof circuit breaker covers which are UL component recognized as being suitable for use as breaker handle covers. They are constructed of durable impact-resistant material and are intended for use by OEMs where a rainproof cover is needed (e.g. on heat pumps and air conditioners with built-in disconnects). Both models have a built-in latch with padlock provisions. The BCH covers are for use on a horizontally-mounted circuit breaker and fit over Square D two-pole QO, QOU, Q2, EH and three-pole Q2 and EH circuit breakers. The BCV covers are for use on vertically-mounted circuit breakers and will fit over Square D two and three pole QO, QOU, Q2, EH, FA and KA circuit breakers.

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Table 1.2: Covers Quantity Cat. No. $ Price 1 BCH 20.50 1 BCV 20.50 Dimensions
Table 1.2:
Covers
Quantity
Cat. No.
$ Price
1 BCH
20.50
1 BCV
20.50
Dimensions
.30
8
2.50
2.33
64
59
2.11
54
4.62 1.10
117
28

BCH

Horizontal Cover

DE2E
DE2E

Discount

Schedule

4.58 116 3.14 1.09 28 80 1.32 34 4.82 4.40 122 112 BCV Vertical Cover
4.58
116
3.14
1.09
28
80
1.32
34
4.82
4.40
122
112
BCV
Vertical Cover

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Air Conditioning

Disconnects

FP221R 1 LOAD CENTERS
FP221R
1
LOAD CENTERS

Class 3150 / Refer to Catalog 3150CT0401

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Table 1.3:

Non-Fusible Air Conditioning Disconnect—Pullout

Rainproof—UL Listed

 

Ampere

Metallic

 

Non-metallic

   
 

Service

Ratinga

Cat. No.

$

Price

Cat. No.

$

Price

Max. Hp

2

Wire—240 Vac Maximum

 
 
G/B
G/B

60

A

UFP222R

 

170.00

UFP222RNM

 

191.00

10

2

Wire—240 Vac Maximum—with 20 A GFI receptacle

 
 
  60 A UFP222RGFI   455.00 —   — 10

60

A

UFP222RGFI

 

455.00

 

10

G/B GFI Rec.
G/B
GFI Rec.
     

2

Wire—240 Vac Maximum—with 20 A duplex receptacle

 
G/B Du plex Rec.
G/B
Du plex Rec.

60

A

UFP222RD

 

260.00

 

10

Table 1.4:

Fusible Air Conditioning Disconnect—Pullout

 

Rainproof—UL Listed

 
 

Service

Ampere

Metallic

 

Non-metallic

   

Ratingb

Cat. No.

$

Price

Cat. No.

$

Price

Max. Hp

2 Wire (Pullout and Fuseholder)—240 Vac Maximum

G/B
G/B

30

A

FP221R

161.00

FP221RNM

191.00

3

60

A

FP222R

161.00

FP222RNM

191.00

10

Note:

Suitable for use as service equipment on 120/240 Vac 1Ø3 wire services if used only on a 1Ø2 wire load; and only when the equipment grounding terminal is replaced with ground terminal kit PK3GTA1. Price $7.60.

Dimensions

Table 1.5:

Box Dimensions

 

Cat. No.

 

HWD

 

in.

mm

in.

mm

in.

mm

QO200TR

6.50

165

4.63

117

3.88

98

QO200TRNM

8.75

222

6.50

165

3.88

98

UFP222R

7.50

191

5.25

133

3.25

83

UFP222RNM

8.75

222

6.50

165

3.88

98

FP221R

7.50

191

5.25

133

3.25

83

FP221RNM

8.75

222

6.50

165

3.88

98

FP222R

8.88

225

5.25

133

3.25

83

FP222RNM

8.75

222

6.50

165

3.88

98

a Does not contain overcurrent protection. Suitable for use on systems with up to 10 kA available fault current at 240 Vac max when protected by a fuse or circuit breaker rated 60 A or less.

b Suitable for use on systems with up to 10 kA available fault current at 240 Vac.

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• Go to www.schneider-electric.us

• Click on FAQ’s

• Enter the device catalog number

• Click SEARCH

• Look for the information required.

DE2A
DE2A

Discount

Schedule

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General Duty Safety Switches

Field-Installable Class J Fuse Kit Field-Installable Lug Kit

Heavy Duty Safety Switches

Electrical Interlock Kits Phenolic Legend Plate Push Button—Pilot Light—Selector Switch Key Interlock Systems Sample Applications

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Safety Switches

2-2

2-2

2-3

2-3

2-3

2-4

2-4

2-1

2

SAFETY SWITCHES

General Duty Safety Switches

2-2

Field-Installable Class J Fuse Kit

The kit consists of three Class J fuse adapters as required for a 3P, fusible 600 A general duty switch. Kit can be installed in field in 600 A series E3 switches only (NEMA 1).

Table 2.1:

Class J Fuse Kit

Switch Rating

Class J Kit

 

$ Price

(A)

Cat. No.

600 A Series E3

GDJK600

 

293.00

 

Discount

 
DE1 DE3A
DE1
DE3A

Schedule

Accessories

Class 3130

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Kit consists of three line, three load, and two neutral lugs as required for a 3P 400 A or 600 A general duty switch. Kit can be installed in field on 400 or 600 A Series E3 switches.

Table 2.2:

Lug Kit

Switch Rating

(A)

Lug Kit

Cat. No.

Wire Range/NEC

Lug Wire Range

 

312.6

AWG/kcmil

per Lug

AWG/kcmil

$ Price

400 or 600 A Series E3a

GD4060LK

(1) 1/0–600 or (2) 1/0–500 or (4) 1/0–250

(2) 1/0–600 or (4) 1/0–250

404.00

a Not applicable for use on the 400 A NEMA Type 3R General Duty Safety Switch.

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Heavy Duty Safety Switches

Electrical Interlock Kits

Electrical interlocks for heavy duty 30–1200 A safety switches are available factory-installed or in kit form for field installation. Each kit contains instructions for proper field mounting. A pivot arm operates from switch mechanism, breaking the control circuit before the main switch blades break. Switches with electrical interlocks installed are UL Listed. For factory-installed electrical interlocks add E I (for one contact) or E I2 (for two contacts) suffix to catalog number.

Table 2.1:

Electrical Interlock Kit a

Switch

Series Number (See Digest Section 3)

Electrical

Interlock Kit

$ Price

Factory-

Installed

Rating

Cat. No.b

$ Price

   

EIK031c d

   

F1, F5–F7

EIK032c d

145.00

239.00

30

A

 

EIK1

   
 

F3

EIK2

207.00

301.00

 

F1-F3

EIK1

207.00

301.00

60

A

F5–F7 (600 V)

EIK2

F4

EIK031e

   
 

F5–F6 (240 V)

EIK032e

145.00

239.00

   

EIK1

   

100–200 A

F2–F7

EIK2

207.00

301.00

   

EIK40601

   

400–1200 A

E1–E4

EIK40602

355.00

449.00

a See Digest Section 3 for electrical interlocks on NEMA 4X fiberglass

reinforced polyester and Krydon

®

.

b Electrical interlock kit catalog numbers with 1 suffix indicates one normally open and one normally closed contact; 2 indicates two normally open and two normally closed contacts. Kits are UL Listed.

c HU461AWK uses EK3061 or EK3062.

d The following series -F5–F7 devices use EIK-1,2: H3612, H3612A, H3612AWK, H3612RB, H461, H461DS, H461AWK, HU461, HU461DS, HU661DS, HU661AWK, H361AWA, H361AWC, HU361AWA and

HU361AWC.

e H362WA, HU362WA, H362WC, H362AWA, HU362AWA, H362AWC, HU362AWC, and H2212AWK use EIK1 or EIK2 electric interlock.

Table 2.2:

Electrical Interlock Contact RatingsNote:

   

AC - 50 or 60 Hz

   

DC

Interlock

             

Type

Volts

Make

Break

Cont.

Volts

Make &

Cont.

Break

Cat. No. ending with a 1 utilize a 9007A01 limit switch.

 

120

40

A

15

A

15

A

115

0.50

A

15

A

1

NO/1 NC

240

20

A

10

A

15

A

230

0.25

A

15

A

Contact

480

10

A

6

A

15

A

———

 
 

600

8 A

5

A

15

A

600

0.05

A

15

A

Cat. No. ending with a 2 utilize a 9007C03 limit switch.

 
 

120

30

A

3.0

A

10

A

115

1.0

A

10

A

2

NO/2 NC

240

15

A

1.5

A

10

A

230

0.30

A

10

A

Contacts

480

7.5

A

0.75

A

10

A

———

 

600

6.0

A

0.60

A

10

A

600

0.10

A

10

A

Note:

Single pole single throw interlock kits are rated 1 2 hp @ 110 and 220 Vac.

DE1 DE3A
DE1
DE3A

Discount

Schedule

Accessories

Class 3130

Phenolic Legend Plate

Available engraved and mounted on all heavy duty safety switches, except NEMA 7 and 9. Legend engraved in 1/4 in. high white letters on black background. Customer must provide legend. UL Listed. To order, add suffix NP to standard Cat. No. Example: H363-NP Price adder per legend plate—$167.00

Push Button—Pilot Light—Selector Switch

Push buttons, pilot lights or selector switches are available factory-installed in the cover of NEMA 1, 3R, (4-4X-5) stainless steel or 12 heavy duty non-fusible safety switches and all double throw switches. Wiring to contact blocks is not available. Customer must furnish catalog number of push button, pilot light or selector switch device desired. UL Listed. Add suffix PB to switch catalog number. Order by description. Price = Switch + push button, pilot light or selector switch + factory-installed adder. Factory-installed price adder—$584.00

2-3

Heavy Duty Safety Switches

Heavy Duty Safety Switches Locking Position— Designations Devices locked open with key removed L-O-R Devices
Locking Position— Designations Devices locked open with key removed L-O-R Devices locked closed with key
Locking Position—
Designations
Devices locked open
with key removed
L-O-R
Devices locked closed
with key removed
L-C-R
Devices locked open
or closed with key
removed
L-O-C-R
Devices locked open
with key held
L-O-H
Devices locked closed
with key held
L-C-H
Devices locked open or
closed with key held
L-O-C-H
Multi-lock interlock
(More than one key
per lock)
2
SAFETY SWITCHES

Key Interlock Systems

Factory-installed only on heavy duty safety switches and double throw safety switches. Interlocks are used to prevent the authorized operator from making an unauthorized operation. Not available on hazardous location devices (NEMA 7/9) or fiberglass reinforced polyester (NEMA 4X). The key interlock system is a simple and easy method of applying individual key interlock units and assemblies to the above equipment so as to require operation in a predetermined sequence. UL Listed.

Quoting:

Contact Schneider Electric for catalog number, availability and pricing prior to quoting a job.

Ordering:

Order cannot be released for production until the following information has been provided:

End User—Company name, address;

Function of each lock (e.g., switch to be locked open with key

removed, key held when switch is closed);

Existing Equipment—if switch is to be interlocked with equipment already on site, provide brand of existing lock and key number;

Other New Equipment—if switch is to be interlocked with new equipment not yet installed at the site, then provide contact person and phone number so that locks may be coordinated

Additional information may be required upon order entry;

Schneider Electric locks supplied unless otherwise specified.

Use these suffixes on switch catalog numbers:

KI = 1 lock per switch

KI2 = 1 lock with 2 cylinders per switch

KIKI = 2 separate locks per switch

Table 2.1:

Price Adder Per Locka

Switch Type

$ Price

30–1200 A Heavy Duty

2055.00

30–600 A Double Throw

1988.00

a Prices do not apply when more than three devices are interlocked as these schemes normally require more than one key assembly per device.

Sample Applications

Sample Application—1

To prevent two devices from being closed simultaneously.

A B A-1 A-1 A 1 L-O-R L-O-R
A
B
A-1
A-1
A 1
L-O-R
L-O-R

Figure 1

Two devices are shown in Figure 1. In operation they are not closed at the same time. With the interlocks arranged as shown only one key is required in the interlocking system. Both devices are shown open, therefore, the key is free. To close any one device the key is inserted and turned in that particular lock, the key is held in this lock until the device is again locked open. This simple interlocking sequence lends itself to a multitude of applications. The procedure is the same for two devices, is again locked open. This simple interlocking sequence lends itself to a multitude of applications. The

Diagram Symbols

Note:

Device locked open = switch in OFF (O) position Device locked closed = switch in ON (I) position

Device normally

open

Device normally

neither of which is to be opened at the same time. Sample Application—2

To prevent opening of switch A when circuit breaker B is closed. closed.

closed

Direction of key transfer Key A-1 A-2 A-3 interchange number Key
Direction of key
transfer
Key
A-1 A-2 A-3 interchange
number
Key
A B A-1 A 1 L-C-R L-O-R
A
B
A-1
A 1
L-C-R
L-O-R

2-4

Figure 2

Key Interlock Systems

A 1 L-C-R L-O-R 2 - 4 Figure 2 Key Interlock Systems www.schneider-electric.us Switch A and

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Switch A and circuit breaker B are in closed position. Key A-1 is held in circuit breaker B interlock.

1. Open circuit breaker.

2. Turn key A-1 in L-O-R interlock on circuit breaker B to lock open. Key A-1 is now free.

3. Insert key A-1 in L-C-R interlock on switch A and turn to unlock.

4. Open switch A. Key A-1 is now held. Reverse sequence to restore service.

Sample Application—3

To prevent operation of switch A when circuit breaker B is closed. Permits re-closing of
To prevent operation of switch A when circuit breaker B is
closed. Permits re-closing of circuit breaker for servicing
when switch is locked open.
A
B
A-1
A 1
L-O-C-R
L-O-R

Figure 3

Switch A and circuit breaker B are in closed position. Key A-1 is held in circuit breaker interlock.

5. Open circuit breaker.

6. Turn key A-1 in L-O-R interlock on circuit breaker B to lock open. Key A-1 is now free.

7. Insert key A-1 in L-O-C-R interlock on switch A and turn to unlock.

8. Open switch A.

9. Turn key A-1 in L-O-C-R interlock on switch A to lock open. Key A-1 is now free.

10. Return key A-1 to circuit breaker interlock and unlock for

operation during servicing period.

Reverse sequence to restore service. Sample Application—4 (Main-Tie-Main)

To prevent paralleling of lines A and B.—Two loads, fed from either source. A B
To prevent paralleling of lines A and B.—Two loads, fed
from either source.
A
B
A-1
L-O-R
A
B
A 1
A 1
C
L-O-R
L-O-R
M
N
A B A-1 L-O-R A B A 1 A 1 C L-O-R L-O-R M N Figure

Figure 4

Circuit breaker A is closed to supply load M. Circuit breaker B is closed to supply load N. Tie-circuit breaker C is open. Keys A-1 are held in interlocks on both circuit breakers A and B. Tie-circuit breaker C cannot be closed unless either A or B is locked open. To transfer load N to circuit breaker A, proceed as follows:

1. Open circuit breaker B.

2. Turn key A-1 in L-O-R interlock on circuit breaker B to lock open. Key A-1 is now free.

3. Insert Key A-1 in L-O-R interlock on tie-circuit breaker C and turn to unlock. Key A-1 is now held.

4. Close tie-circuit breaker C.

5. Reverse sequence to restore service.

6. Load M can be supplied through circuit breaker B in a similar

manner.

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CASE CIRCUIT

BREAKERS

MOLDED

3

Table of Contents

Section 3

03 Molded Case Circuit Breakers and Enclosures

Section 3 03 Molded Case Circuit Breakers and Enclosures © 2009 Schneider Electric All Rights Reserved

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Molded Case Circuit Breakers

3-2

F-frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers

3-2—3-3

K- and Q4-frame Thermal-magnetic Circuit Breakers

3-4—3-5

L-frame Thermal-magnetic Circuit Breakers

3-6—3-7

L-frame Micrologic ® Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers

3-8—3-9

M-frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers

3-10

M-frame Micrologic ® Electronic Trip Circuit Breakers

3-11

N-frame Circuit Breakers

3-12

P-frame Circuit Breakers

3-13

Automatic Molded-Case Switches

3-14

Mag-Gard ® Motor Circuit Protector

3-15

Mag-Gard ® Motor Circuit Protection Selection Table

3-16

Special Construction Circuit Breakers

3-17

UL Listed 500 Vdc Circuit Breakers

3-17

Special Terminal Connectors and Lugs

3-18

I-Line ® Drawout Connectors and Rear-connected Studs

3-19

Special Calibration, VIsi-Blade, Moisture/Fungus Treatment, and Short LA/LH Handle

3-20

P-frame Replacement Handles, Key Interlock Adapter Plate and Exchange Program

3-21

Special Terminations

3-22

Grounded BØ Systems

3-23

Thermal-magnetic Circuit Breakers for Mining Applications

3-24

UL Marine Listed Circuit Breakers

3-25

Circuit Breaker Accessories

3-26

Factory-Installed Accessories

3-26

Field-Installable Accessories

3-27

Electrical Operators, Handle Accessories, Cylinder Locks, and Walking Beam Mechanical Interlocks

3-28

Mechanical Lug Information

3-29

Compression Lug and Power Distribution Connectors

3-30

Electronic Products

3-31

Micrologic ® Trip Unit Test Sets

3-31

Neutral Current Transormers and Micrologic Series B Trip Unit Accessories

3-32

Restraint Interface Module

3-33

Ground-fault Protection

3-34

Micrologic ® Add-on Ground-Fault Module (GFM) and Ground Censor ® Type GA—600 Vac

3-34

Circuit Breaker Dimensions Enclosures

3-35

3-36

Industrial Circuit Breaker Enclosures

3-36

Enclosed Switches and Enclosure Dimensions

3-37

Accessories

3-38

Key Interlock Systems—Factory Installed Only

3-39

Special Applications

3-40

3-1

3-1

Molded Case Circuit Breakers

Molded Case Circuit Breakers FAL 1P FAL/FHL 2P 15–100 A 15–100 A FAL/FHL 3P F-Frame Thermal-Magnetic

FAL 1P

FAL/FHL 2P

15–100 A

15–100 A

Breakers FAL 1P FAL/FHL 2P 15–100 A 15–100 A FAL/FHL 3P F-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers Class

FAL/FHL 3P

F-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers

Class 650

3P F-Frame Thermal-Magnetic Circuit Breakers Class 650 www.schneider-electric.us Thermal-magnetic molded case

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Thermal-magnetic molded case circuit breakers shown on pages 3-2 through 3-13 are permanent trip UL Listed, CSA ® Certified, IEC rated, and also meet the requirements of Federal Specification W–C–375B/GEN as indicated on Digest pages 7-4 through 7-7.

NOTE: Consider using PowerPact ® circuit breakers for situations requiring circuit breaker accessories. See Digest Section 7 for more information.

Table 3.1:

F-Frame—100 A, Thermal-Magnetic, Individually-Mounted, Standard Interrupting, 240 Vac

 

Fixed AC Magnetic Trip

 

1 P

 

2 P

3 P

 

Ampere

120

Vac

 

240

Vac

240 Vac

 

Terminal Wire Range

Rating

 

(AWG)

Hold

Trip

Cat. No.

$ Price

Cat. No.

$ Price

Cat. No.

$ Price

15

A

275

A

600

A

FAL12015

198.00

FAL22015

333.00

FAL32015

495.00

 

20

A

275

A

600

A

FAL12020

198.00

FAL22020

333.00

FAL32020

495.00

AL50FA

25

A

275

A

600

A

FAL12025

198.00

FAL22025

333.00

FAL32025

495.00

14–4 Cu or 12–4 Al

30

A

275

A

600

A

FAL12030

198.00

FAL22030

333.00

FAL32030

495.00

35

A

400

A

850

A

FAL12035

198.00

FAL22035

333.00

FAL32035

495.00

 

40

A

400

A

850

A

FAL12040

198.00

FAL22040

333.00

FAL32040

495.00

45

A

400

A

850

A

FAL12045

198.00

FAL22045

333.00

FAL32045

495.00

50

A

400

A

850

A

FAL12050

198.00

FAL22050

333.00

FAL32050

495.00

60

A

800

A

1450

A

FAL12060

 

198.00

FAL22060

 

333.00

FAL32060

495.00

AL100FA

14–1/0 Cu or 12–1/0 Al

70

A

800

A

1450

A

FAL12070

261.00

FAL22070

543.00

FAL32070

704.00

80

A

800

A

1450

A

FAL12080

261.00

FAL22080

543.00

FAL32080

704.00

90

A

900

A

1700

A

FAL12090

261.00

FAL22090

543.00

FAL32090

704.00

100

A

900

A

1700

A

FAL12100

261.00

FAL22100

543.00

FAL32100

704.00

 

15–100 A

 

Table 3.2:

F-Frame—100 A, Thermal-Magnetic, Individually-Mounted, 480 Vac

 
       

Standard Interrupting

 

Fixed AC Magnetic Trip

 

1P

 

2P

 

3P

   

Terminal

 
 

Ampere

277

Vac, 125 Vdc

   

480

Vac, 250 Vdc

   

480 Vac, 250 Vdc

   

Wire Range

Rating

   
 

Hold

   

Trip

Cat. No.

$ Price

 

Cat. No.

$ Price

   

Cat. No.

     

$ Price

   

(AWG)

 

15

A

275

A

 

600

A

FAL14015

251.00

 

FAL24015

 

609.00

 

FAL34015

       

782.00

 

20

A

275

A

600

A

FAL14020

251.00

FAL24020

609.00

FAL34020

782.00

 

AL50FA

 

25

A

275

A

600

A

FAL14025

251.00

FAL24025

609.00

FAL34025

782.00

 

(1) 14–4 Cu or

(1) 12–4 Al

 

30

A

275

A

600

A

FAL14030

251.00

FAL24030

609.00

FAL34030

782.00

 

35

A

400

A

 

850

A

FAL14035

251.00

 

FAL24035

 

609.00

 

FAL34035

       

782.00

 

40

A

400

A

850

A

FAL14040

251.00

FAL24040

609.00

FAL34040

782.00

45

A

400

A

850

A

FAL14045

251.00

FAL24045

609.00

FAL34045

782.00

50

A

400

A

850

A

FAL14050

251.00

FAL24050

609.00

FAL34050

782.00

 

AL100FA

 

60

A

800

A

1450

A

FAL14060

251.00

FAL24060

609.00

FAL34060

782.00

 

(1) 14–1/0 Cu

70

A

800

A

1450

A

FAL14070

312.00

FAL24070

788.00

FAL34070

924.00

 

or (1) 12–1/0 Al

 

80

A

800

A

1450

A

FAL14080

312.00

FAL24080

788.00

FAL34080

924.00

 

90

A

900

A

1700

A

FAL14090

312.00

FAL24090

788.00

FAL34090

924.00

3

 

100 A

 

900

A

1700

A

FAL14100

312.00

FAL24100

788.00

FAL34100

924.00

Table 3.3:

 

F-Frame—100 A, Thermal-Magnetic, Individually-Mounted, 600 Vac

 
 

Fixed AC

 

Standard Interrupting

     

High Interrupting

   

Current Limiting

   
 

MOLDED

Ampere

Magnetic

2P

 

3P

   

1P

 

2P

 

3P

 

2P

     

3P

Terminal

Rating

 

Trip

                 

Wire Range

 

600 Vac, 250 Vdc

 

600 Vac, 250 Vdc

 

277 Vac, 125 Vdc

600 Vac, 250 Vdc

600 Vac, 250 Vdc

   

600 Vac, 250 Vdc

 

600 Vac, 250 Vdc

 

(AWG)

 

Hold

Trip

Cat. No.

$ Price

 

Cat. No.

$ Price

 

Cat. No.

$ Price

Cat. No.

$ Price

Cat. No.

$ Price

 

Cat. No.

 

$ Price

 

Cat. No.

$ Price

 

BREAKERS

15

A

275

A

600

A

FAL26015

704.00

FAL36015

 

906.00

 

FHL16015

 

452.00

FHL26015

1163.00

FHL36015

1358.00

 

       

     

CASE CIRCUIT

20

A

275

A